Dan grew up in New York’s Hudson River Valley. He’s a graduate of Emerson College (2000) and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism (2005). A former assistant editor at the Columbia Journalism Review, he has written on a range of topics, including bioterrorism, information warfare, private military contractors, corporate espionage, federal whistleblowers, and money in politics. (He also once wrote a story about the cult of New Yorker rejectees.) He is a senior editor in the Washington, DC bureau of Mother Jones, and a founding member of the magazine’s investigative journalism team. In addition to Mother Jones and the Columbia Journalism Review, his work has appeared in the Boston Globe Magazine the Village Voice, Psychology Today, and many other publications. He splits his time between Washington, DC, and Cambridge, MA. Sons of Wichita is his first book.
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